Emotional Disclosure Can Help Those Living With RA

Unhurry®️ founder, Rachna Chhachhi is a rheumatoid arthritis warrior. Her healing became enhanced when she began emotional disclosure for past traumas. Subsequently, in 2009, she began treating autoimmune patients across the world and found that empirical evidence pointed to positive clinical outcomes when along with medicines, nutrition, breathwork, counselling was added to help release suppressed emotions and experiences. This research article is the first step by clinicians to recognise the connection between emotional disclosures and recovery in autoimmune. We hope more such researches are conducted and evidence of emotions and recovery for autoimmune patients is accepted as an integrative treatment methodology.

Positive Mood Boosts Creative Thinking

Researchers at University of Western Ontario find that getting in a positive mood can influence creative thinking. This may be a reason why people like to watch funny videos at work. People are unconsciously trying to put themselves in a better mood — so that apparent time-wasting may actually be good news for employers.

Strict Parenting Can Impact Children’s Mental Health

Hostile parenting involves frequent harsh treatment and discipline and can be physical or psychological. researchers at the University of Cambridge and University College Dublin found that children exposed to ‘hostile’ parenting at age three were 1.5 times likelier than their peers to have mental health symptoms which qualified as ‘high risk’ by age nine.

Medical Proof: A Vacation Is Good For Your Heart

A person can reduce their metabolic symptoms — and therefore their risk of cardiovascular disease — simply by going on vacation. Research by Syracuse University says that we are still learning what makes vacations beneficial for heart health, but at this point, we do know that it is important for people to use the vacation time available to them.

Music Therapy Increases Medication Efficacy

“Music-listening interventions are like over-the-counter medications,” said Jason Kiernan, an assistant professor in the College of Nursing. “You don’t need a doctor to prescribe them.” While listening to a favourite song is a known mood booster, researchers at Michigan State University have discovered that music-listening interventions also can make medicines more effective.

LGBTQIA+ Discrimination Contributes To Poor Heart Health

The majority of LGBTQ adults report experiencing discrimination from a health care professional. Compared to cisgender heterosexual adults, LGBTQ populations experience multi-level, psychological and social stressors, including exposure to discrimination and violence, yet data on how these stressors affect their cardiovascular health is limited.